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The Great Big Lesson for Climate and Nature

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The Great Big Lesson for Climate & Nature turned COP26 into a classroom for everyone –  converting learning into action by equipping audiences not only with knowledge but the ability to communicate about and act upon the climate and nature crisis.

The lesson empowers students to put nature first, be Nature Positive and always ask the question “Yes, but what’s the impact on nature?”

The accompanying resource pack, takes students through the concepts and analogies shared in the lesson. Share with students and ask them to think about the following five questions:

  • What does it mean to “win” in nature? Can you think of any examples?
  • Why is soil so critical in the fight against climate change?
  • Why is living in a world of monocultures bad for our planet and ourselves?
  • What are some of the individual changes we can start to make for the health of our planet, it’s biodiversity and ourselves?
  • If you had 100 acres of land, what would you do with it to help our planet?


AimHi also run a live and interactive 4-part online course, informed by experts and changemakers from around the world. You’ll be equipped with the motivation, resources and knowledge needed to drive individual, collective and systemic change. You can find out the dates of the next course in the link provided.

Resource contents

  • Video

    The Great Big Lesson for Climate and Nature: Live from COP26

  • Teacher’s Pack

    The Great Big Lesson Resource Pack

  • Link

    World's Largest Lesson resource page

  • Link

    AimHi's Climate Course


Compassionate Values, Environment and Sustainability, Globalisation and Interdependence, Health and Well-being, Production and Consumption

Age Ranges

KS3: ages 11-14, KS4: ages 14-16, KS5: ages 16+


Citizenship, Geography, PSHE / PSE / PSED, Clubs and extra-curricular, Remote learning

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